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With Brits living longer and the rules of retirement constantly changing, you could be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed. Look here for all of the news and insight you need to plan your future, whether you’re retiring now or looking forward to freedom. If you're on the cusp of retirement check out our 'Retiring Now' section. Our 'Retirement Planning' section is a useful tool in the run-up to retirement.

Retirement planning

Estate executors and you - The Your Money Guide

What does an estate executor do? A Will is a document in which someone sets o...

Blog: looking back/looking forward

2014 was a turbulent year for investors despite the liberalisation of ISAs, cont...

BLOG: Pension Freedoms attract investment scammers

At the time of writing, a headlining news story is detailing how up to 100 profe...

BLOG: Pensioner bonds versus Isas

Investors’ unquenchable thirst for income was on full display last week with t...

Passing your pension to the next generation

For as long as most people can remember the sole purpose of a pension scheme was...

BLOG: Retirement through the ages

Talk of retirement seems to be all the rage at the moment as the news from the 2...

Retiring now

The new NS&I pensioner bonds: Reaction

The Pensioner Bonds from NS&I, announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer ...

Saga and Tilney Bestinvest team up for over-50s planning service

Saga and Tilney Bestinvest are to launch a joint venture offering investment and...

Retirement incomes improving, finds Prudential

There is seldom any good news on retirement with investors usually needing to sa...

Half of retirees may not qualify for full state pension

More than half of the 3.5 million people retiring between 2016 and 2020 will not...

The latest product launches

Mortgages Leeds Building Society has launched a range of new mortgages, inclu...

Pension freedoms risk retirees security, says AJ Bell

Sipp provider AJ Bell warns that the ability to sell annuities may not benefit t...

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Whether you're in your 20's or your 50's, Fidelity's Maike Currie can help you get your priorities straight.

BLOG: The plight of expats on ‘frozen’ state pensions

Pensions fairness has been steadily building as a significant issue over the past decade and, with a rapidly ageing and expanding retired population, it is likely to be a major demographic issue facing all political parties.

Top tips: How to buy property abroad

Buying a property abroad is a big step that people may not not have taken before. Here are some important considerations.

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The top five uses for a lifetime mortgage

Alice Watson of Stonehaven lets us in on how their customers are using the cash released from their homes.

How to pick the right loan

There's no need to stress about selecting a loan. Just be sure to consider these important factors.

How to save money on your water bill

Gas and electricity bills may be ticking up, but you can still save on another utility: Water.

Guide for First-Time Buyers

Download our free, handy guide for first-time buyers, produced in association with the Post Office.

BNY Mellon launches investment guide for women

BNY Mellon has produced a free ‘Guide to Investing for Women' to provide an introduction to investing and lo...

Your ultimate guide to the new ISA rules

As the new ISA – or "NISA" – rules come into force, we explain what has changed and how you can benefit.

What will happen if rates change

How your finances will be impacted by a rise in interest rates.

Regular Savings Calculator

Small regular contributions can build up nicely over time.

Online Savings Calculator

Shopping for the best rate can help your savings build over time.

Top tips for protecting yourself online

One in six adults has fallen victim to a cyber-attack, according to new research from Experian.

BLOG: Top tips for would-be entrepreneurs

As Global Entrepreneurship Week draws to a close James Benamor teaches Your Money how to get a business off th...

Stock tips from top fund manager: IP Group

James Henderson, manager of the Lowland Investment Company and Henderson Opportunities Trust, selects IP Group...

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